If Barack Obama prevails over Hillary Clinton to become his party’s nominee, it will mark the end of an era for the Clintons. But the agenda of the group that devised their national political identity will be just fine.
At least according to Al From, the founder and CEO of the resolutely centrist—Clintonian, even—Democratic Leadership Read More
In his column on Spitzer’s ideology today, Ben makes mention of Spitzer’s short romance with the idea of a New York chapter of the Democratic Leadership Council. When Ben asked him about the resolutely centrist DLC, Spitzer seemed to distance himself from the Al From crowd: “I don’t know what Read More
Like horses being led to the post parade at Saratoga, a string of Democratic Presidential hopefuls gathered in the Hilton New York on July 28 to 30 to try out the themes and styles they may use in the 2004 campaign. But the three-day event also revealed a series of divisions between the conference participants, Read More